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    I will be flying back to Kansas at the end of this week to try and seal the deal (whitetail). Generally I have the meat processed there, freeze it solid and then check it at the airport. Since this will be a much shorter trip than usual, I won’t have time to have it processed & frozen before...
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    I recently picked up a MEAT! grinder and mixer so thought I'd write up a quick review. MEAT! Grinder and Mixer Product Review | SELFILMED
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    I am looking to go elk hunting this fall for the second time in my lifetime. The first was 14 years ago. I am trying to gear up with everything I will need, and trying to not end up in the dog house with the wife on how much I spend :) I have a day pack that we used the first time but it is...
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    Hey guys. I'm looking to possibly trying to grind and make my own venison burgers and sausage rather than paying someone to do it. I plan on taking 2-3 deer per year and grinding most of it into yummy snacks. I've heard that I need at least a 1HP grinder, but from what I see, they run at...
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    BUTCHER MEAT / BONE SAW BLADE FITS STANDARD 12" HACKSAWS! I finally found some bone saw blades that fit a 12" hacksaw. I ordered some extras, so I'll sell a few if anyone else likes the idea of using your hacksaw to process your wild game and not satisfied with your typical hacksaw blades...
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    I am in the search for a meat grinder and was wondering if there were any suggestions or opinions for some current brands and models out there. Electric or hand. Sausage appliance or not.
  7. Clothing, Packs, Footwear and Bow Cases
    Confidently tackle the most demanding destinations through the harshest hunting conditions, Cabela's Alaskan Guide Model® Pack Frames are up to the task. They're ruggedly engineered to not only ensure you can get all your gear into the most remote hunting camp, but to also offer a no-hassle way...
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    Let me start by saying, I searched the forum and was unable to find the thread for this question. We all know high temps are bad, but what about night time 60-70 degrees does the meat still spoil overnight if one doesn't recover immediately? What if the temps are between 50-60 but high...
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    I have my first AZ mule deer tag this year. I hear many around me saying that mule deer around here are very gamey. So it makes me hesitant to bring it to a processor and pay 150+ and have a bunch of dog meat. Which makes me want to do it myself. Cutting it up and wrapping it, etc all seems...
  10. Accessories and General Hunting Items
    Paklite Fieldmaster knife set in Black Traction coating. Skinner was used on one deer and it and the plastic sleeve was promptly cleaned. Caper and guthook are unused. 70 tyd pictures on their website: http://www.buckknives.com/index.cfm?event=product.detail&productID=4048 I will also...
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    Does anyone have any contact names and phone # for cold meat storage and or processing anywhere in the areas of Yampa, Oak Creek, or Steamboat Springs Co. Also looking for somewhere for dry ice or big block ice. I'm doing a archery elk hunt in the area this Sept. Thanks for any help!
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    I have never had bear, but a couple weeks ago a buddy of mine got one. He gave me a couple packs of steak and a couple packs of loin. What is the best way to cook bear? Just fry it in pan or on the grill? Marinate? I typically eat my red meat well done, fried or grilled. I have been told that...
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